The aim of this book is to provide a depth of understanding not evident in other books it was decided to separate what is generally thought of as classical analytical techniques from those of instrumentation. The first volumedeals with theoretical and practical considerations of gravimetric analysis acid-base titrimetry and pH precipitation and complex formation acidimetry and alkalimetry nonaqueous titrimetry complexo- metric analysis alkaloidal assay miscellaneous methods ion exchange chromatography and the analysis of fixed and volatile oils. The second volume will present the theory and application of the following instrumental techniques: visible and ultraviolet spectrophotometry fluorescence spectro photometry turbidimetry and nephelometry infrared spectrophotometry and Raman spectroscopy flame photometry and atomic absorption analysis x-ray diffraction and optical crystallography mass spectrometry refractometry and interferometry polarimetry and optical rotatory dispersion gas chromatography radioactivity nuclear magnetic resonance potentiometric titrations and instrumental determination of pH coulometric methods and c1uonopotentiometry polarography amperometry and conductance and high frequency.
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